It looks like Chapman University planners and construction managers missed the memo about those lazy days of summer. From the ongoing construction of the Center for Science and Technology to a major remodeling of historic Reeves Hall, there’s a whole lot of work going on around campus. Here’s an update on the projects. Reeves Hall
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Slower job growth and tepid construction activity are among the major factors that will shape Orange County’s economy during the rest of 2017, according to the latest economic report from Chapman University economists. A key factor is unemployment, which is low at 3.2 percent, according to the 2017 Economic Forecast Update released by the University’s
Playing alongside musicians from around the world was phenomenal. Eating crunchy crepes called marquesitas every day for more than two weeks was wonderful. But seeing audiences so moved by your performance that their eyes fill with tears?
Now that was something oboist Madison McGregor ’20 never imagined she would experience when she was selected to perform in the Opera Maya International Music Festival in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula this spring.
2017 is a year of milestones for the Funk household. For Jennifer Funk, Ph.D., associate professor of biological sciences, it means that she has been teaching at Chapman University for a decade. Joining Chapman faculty in 2007, her 10-year anniversary ended on a high note as she was recently awarded the Senior Wang-Fradkin Professorship, the highest
The National Institute on Drug Abuse has awarded a $1.4 million small-business grant to REAL Prevention, a youth substance-use prevention company co-founded by Chapman University professor Michelle Miller-Day, Ph.D.
They made elephant toothpaste. Moved like a river. Stirred up a batch of fake ice cream that actually looked delicious. What could those endeavors possibly have in common? They’re all recent adventures enjoyed by local elementary school students, thanks to a variety of community and civic engagement programs staffed by Chapman University students and faculty
Chapman University’s recently remodeled dining commons has been recognized by the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) with a Loyal E. Horton Dining Award.
Some of Orange County’s future entrepreneurs will get a jump-start on their careers this July, thanks to a collaboration between Girls Inc. and Chapman University.
For two days, improvisers of all ages, expertise and from places all around the world gathered together in Orange County to attend the inaugural Global Improvisation Initiative (GII) Symposium.